Kylie Minogue steers Cara Delevingne on to the virtuous path and tells her to forget acting”Kylie has taken Cara under her wing to make sure she doesn’t get herself into the trouble many models have got themselves in” says insider01:57, 23 JUN 2013Updated10:48, 23 JUN 2013Pals: Kylie and Cara (Image: Rex) Get celebs updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailCara Delevingne has often been compared to Kate Moss but fortunately another A lister is steering the young model clear of catwalk queen excesses, the Sunday People reports today.Hello, Kylie Minogue.I hear the two have become new best friends after meeting at a party in New York.The Aussie singer is giving career advice to Cara, 20 who was recently pictured dropping a bag of white powder outside her home.Kylie, who at the age of 45 is plenty old enough to be Cara’s mum, has also persuaded her young to ditch her dreams of acting.The reason being that I Should Be So Lucky star Kylie remembers when she tried to do both and failed with the acting thing.Last year posh Cara had a small part in the 2012 film adaptation of Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina, as Princess Sorokina.But a source close to Burberry model Cara “Kylie’s taken Cara’s career into her own hands and talked her out of being an actress. She knows doing both jobs means spreading yourself thin.”Kylie has made it her mission to take Cara under her wing and make sure she doesn’t get herself into the trouble many models have got themselves in.”She knows the pitfalls of the showbiz industry but sees so much potential in Cara.”Kylie quit Neighbours for pop and when she did The Delinquents film, it didn’t really work.”Cara and Kylie first hit it off at the Met Ball in New York in May. The pair have been texting one another since and arranged to meet up at Rihanna’s gig at the Twickenham stadium.Cara was spotted with the small bag of white powder six weeks ago.
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